Winter Comes for The Walking Deadand Makes Its Worst Villain a Hero

April 13, 2019

in its ninth season than the show has ever dareda six-year time jump, the departure of three of its longest-surviving characters ( Game of Thrones characters pray for. (Its shot in Atlanta and snow is expensive to convincingly reproduce on set, I get it, but weather that stagnant sure grows conspicuous.) The Storm made Walking Dead history by unleashing a life-threatening blizzard after weeks of biting cold, to the point…

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Stub it out: Netflix criticised for too many smoking scenes

April 2, 2018

Anti-smoking group detects streaming giants evidences aspect twice as many cigarettes and tobacco incidents as traditional TV channels Netflix has been singled out for criticism by an anti-smoking organisation, which released experiment that claims the streaming giant’s original programmes have more than twice as many incidents featuring inhaling as its rivals. It acquired Netflix indicates featured a total of 319″ tobacco incidents”( a definition that extends connoted utilize of a…

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Fifty years of The Walking Dead? Welcome to ‘Franchise TV’

November 14, 2017

AMCs boss has disclosed The Walking Dead could be at the start of a decades-long run. With similar a blueprint for Game of Thrones will viewers simply burn out? In words of Tv, 2017 has been its first year of the spin-off, sequel, reboot and remake. deliberately esoteric series of the last 12 months, was technically an outgrowth of the X-Men movies. The television landscape is littered with differences on…

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Dead serious: what The Walking Dead needs to come back to life

October 27, 2017

As the eighth season of the ailing zombie show returns, what needs to be done to stave off the stench of creative inertia? Its time for a reckoning. Not the one foretold in the last and increasingly fatuous season of The Walking Dead, between Ricks Alexandrians and their diabolical oppressors, but something far more radical. Sure, everybody enjoys seeing guys who look like white supremacist throwbacks getting eviscerated (apart, presumably,…

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Disruptor Beams Walking Dead: March to War puts you in the middle of a zombified Washington, D.C.

September 19, 2017

Disruptor Beam has already made plays based on Star Trek and Game of Thrones . Next up is The Walking Dead , with the launching of The Walking Dead: March to War . To build the game, which was first announced last year, the company partnered with Walking Dead inventor Robert Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment. That necessitates the game is technically an adaptation of the comics, but the environmental issues and…

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When Good TV Goes Bad: The Worst Episodes Of The Best TV Shows

August 6, 2017

Bet they wish they could have these ones back! Twin Peaks , Lauras Backflip Via HBO Critics and spectators alike loved the gritty reality and humanity of this World War II drama, but this episode depicting the commander of the German Luftwaffe spending quality time with his college buddy completely unperturbed left some scratching their heads. Seinfeld , Seinfeld Via HBO A stain on what is otherwise one of the…

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From Thor: Ragnarok to Stranger Things 10 things we learned from Comic-Con 2017

July 25, 2017

The annual follower event in San Diego, with its usual mingle of teasers, trailers and talks, dedicated observers leads on what to expect from next years hottest projects Stranger Things season two will ramp up the 80 s nostalgia Poor Will Byers might have been rescued from the dark alternate dimension that is beginning to bleed into the town of Hawkins, Indiana( otherwise known as the Upside Down) in the…

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